scatterbrained

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[ UK /skˈætəbɹˌe‍ɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. guided by whim and fancy
    flighty young girls
  2. lacking sense or discretion
    his rattlebrained crackpot ideas
    how rattlepated I am! I've forgotten what I came for
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How To Use scatterbrained In A Sentence

  • A former fêtarde* myself and still a bit featherbrained from it I shake my head and cluck my tongue on hearing those birds, beaks-a-begging, try to get out of jail time by pleading with the French cops, swearing that they are merely scatterbrained and not at all soûlard! étourneau - French Word-A-Day
  • With an enormous dollop of assistance, I've transformed my own scatterbrained attempt at a curriculum vitae into something a little more presentable.
  • The little gnome was scatterbrained and flighty, barely able to hold a conversation.
  • A former fêtarde* myself (and still a bit featherbrained from it) I shake my head and cluck my tongue on hearing those birds, beaks-a-begging, try to get out of jail time by pleading with the French cops, swearing that they are merely scatterbrained and not at all soûlard! French Word-A-Day:
  • One of them was Christine Keeler, a scatterbrained '60s "good-time girl" who supposedly became Ivanov's mistress.
  • If anyone has noticed, my posts have been rather scatterbrained recently.
  • I was the most absent minded, scatterbrained barista you've ever met.
  • I'll try to remember to email you when I update, but I can be really scatterbrained, and I might forget!
  • Anyway, my boss was a scatterbrained but really sweet woman - at first.
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